Humans are the most powerful species in the world. At the famous Lusaka Zoo, in Zambia, there is a mirror which is kept in the cage. There is no animal in that cage and outside that cage, following words have … Continue reading Right to Life for Animals: Changing from Anthropocentric to Eco-centric Jurisprudence
This article has been written by Plash Mittal. Plash is a student of BCom LLB at University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Stubble burning is the deliberate setting fire of the straw stubble that remains after wheat and other grains have been harvested. … Continue reading Stubble Burning – A threat to the environment?
This article has been written by Chirag Jindal. Chirag is a first-year law student at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi. In the famous Asiatic Lion Case, the Supreme Court of India laid down the following: “Sustainable Development, … Continue reading Political Ecological Philosophies and Sustainable Development: An Analysis
Emission of Green House Gases (GHG) by the industries affects the natural environment and is the major cause of global warming and climate change.Carbon dioxide being the major constituent of the GHG, carbon emission trading or carbon trading is an … Continue reading Legal Aspects of Carbon Emission Trading in India